Letter alleges lascivious and drunken behavior by lottery officials

The blurry photos were sent to California Governor Jerry Brown last week, including one that shows a man, supposedly a top official, with his head raised on a woman's shirt

Photos from the California State Lottery staff involved in inappropriate and drunken behavior at a bar & # 39; they are sent to the governor's office

  • Lascivious photos were sent to California Governor Jerry Brown last week
  • The images and a letter detail the inappropriate behavior of state lottery officials
  • The images show a man, supposedly a high official, with his head raised on a woman's shirt
  • Inappropriate behavior occurred in 2016 after a sales conference at a bar in Southern California

Associated Press

Lottery officials from the state of California are under fire after obscenity pictures were sent to the governor's office.

Gov. Jerry Brown asked the attorney general to investigate the report of alleged inappropriate and drunken behavior by California State Lottery staff, a spokeswoman said Thursday.

An anonymous employee sent a letter and a pack of photos showing the behavior last week to the office of Brown and The Sacramento Bee, the newspaper reported.

A photograph shows a man, presumably a senior lottery official, with his head raised on a woman's shirt in a bar. The woman is not identified.

The blurry photos were sent to California Governor Jerry Brown last week, including one that shows a man, supposedly a top official, with his head raised on a woman's shirt

The blurry photos were sent to California Governor Jerry Brown last week, including one that shows a man, supposedly a top official, with his head raised on a woman's shirt

The images and a letter detail the inappropriate behavior of state lottery officials

The images and a letter detail the inappropriate behavior of state lottery officials

The images and a letter detail the inappropriate behavior of state lottery officials

"This type of non-professional pranksters have become a regular practice of this management team when they travel to meetings," the letter said.

The spokesman for the Lottery, Russ Lopez, declined to comment.

Brown's spokeswoman, Ali Bay, called the content of the letter "troubling."

It's the second package sent to Brown's office since last year, according to The Bee.

Inappropriate behavior in the photos allegedly occurred in 2016 after a sales conference at a bar in Southern California.

The letter also alleges that lottery officials used inappropriate language, belittled employees and showed favoritism.

Bob Medof, lottery sales representative and union shop steward said that lottery employees are "afraid to show up" and that there is little moral in the department.

– It's unfortunate. They are only afraid. People tell me something and they say, "No, cite me & # 39; & # 39; said.

Inappropriate behavior occurred in 2016 after a sales conference at a bar in Southern California

Inappropriate behavior occurred in 2016 after a sales conference at a bar in Southern California

Inappropriate behavior occurred in 2016 after a sales conference at a bar in Southern California

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